The Classified Staff Council serves as a resource and an advocate for classified CU employees. The Staff Council strives to promote and/or improve the general welfare and working conditions of all classified personnel being aware and concerned with the subsequent effect upon Concord University as a whole. This is accomplished by identifying the needs of our constituents, providing information and advice in response to those needs, and recommending policies and procedures to the administration that benefit employees and assist in fulfilling the mission of Concord University.
Council representatives listen to the employee’s concern and opinions, and respect their suggestions, ideas and comments. If you need assistance of any kind contact a CSC representative.
Classified Staff Councils were established in state code on March 8, 2003 with House Bill 2224 for the purpose of providing the classified employees at each institution a means to share information and discuss issues affecting them or the efficient and effective operations of their institution with the President of the institution and its Board of Governors.
The Classified Personnel Association will elect sector representatives of the Staff Council, the representative to the Advisory Council of Classified Employees and the representative to the Concord University Board of Governors in accordance with West Virginia State Code and procedures established by the Staff Council and contained herein. Further, through the Staff Council, the Classified Personnel Association is responsible for maintaining a vehicle for the examination and expression of concerns dealing with the policies and procedures that affect the functioning within the respective classified positions, and to make those concerns known to the President and/or the Board of Governors, and where deemed necessary, members of the WV legislature. We believe that through inclusive collaboration all parties can advance the mission and achieve the strategic goals of Concord University.